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But some of them make their mark: testing, hardening, and ultimately reshaping the landscape according to inherent patterns and fluctuations that emerge over time. In the paper "Distributed Learning With Sparsified Gradient Differences," published in a special ML-focused issue of the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, Blum and collaborators propose the use of "Gradient Descent method with Sparsification and Error Correction," or GD-SEC, to improve the communications efficiency of machine learning conducted in a "worker-server" wireless architecture. "Various distributed optimization algorithms have been developed to solve this problem," he continues,"and one primary method is to employ classical GD in a worker-server architecture. "Current methods create a situation where each worker has expensive computational cost; GD-SEC is relatively cheap where only one GD step is needed at each round," says Blum. Professor Blum's collaborators on this project include his former student Yicheng Chen '19G '21PhD, now a software engineer with LinkedIn; Martin Takác, an associate professor at the Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence; and Brian M. Sadler, a Life Fellow of the IEEE, U.S. Army Senior Scientist for Intelligent Systems, and Fellow of the Army Research Laboratory. But some of them make their mark: testing, hardening, and ultimately reshaping the landscape according to inherent patterns and fluctuations that emerge over time. In the paper "Distributed Learning With Sparsified Gradient Differences," published in a special ML-focused issue of the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, Blum and collaborators propose the use of "Gradient Descent method with Sparsification and Error Correction," or GD-SEC, to improve the communications efficiency of machine learning conducted in a "worker-server" wireless architecture. "Various distributed optimization algorithms have been developed to solve this problem," he continues,"and one primary method is to employ classical GD in a worker-server architecture.

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